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We are planning a 4-5 week trip to the east coast. Last week of September into October. Our wish lists consists of:

New York - maybe a week?
Fall folige - Vermont, Connecticut? Best options
Boston
Washington DC
New Orleans - we realise that this is a long way but maybe a flight there at the end?

So many places to choose from but don't want to be rushing either. We will rent a car where needed and don't mind flying also.
Is this a good time to travel. Must admit high on my wish list is the fall folige so that is why we are chosing this time of year.

Am only really in the early planning stages, have done some reading but we are really open to any suggestions.

Thank you in anticipation

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